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over time in their willingness to remain in the military. i was recently down at fort campbell, kentucky, with the senator from tennessee, senator alexander, and we had an excellent briefing from the colonels and the generals, and the chief master sergeants of the united states army there. and unanimous, unanimous was their view that they believe that we in the congress of the united states are not taking care of them. they've always looked to us to provide them with the pay, the benefits, the housing, the equipment, the training that's necessary to do their job. they don't believe we're doing that anymore. they believe when we enact sequestration and with a meat-ax cut across the board -- and don't ask me about it. ask general odierno and the chiefs who have testified before the armed services committee about the devastating effects of readiness, of training, of acquisition. and most of all, on the morale of the men and women who are serving who literally don't know, some of them, what they're going to be doing the next day. the next day they don't know if they're going to be
and equality, michael campbell on the fears, anxieties and rage of angry white men. sunday night at 9:00 this weekend on c-span 2. >> private insurance plans offered to seniors as an option to medicare. the affordable care act will rebates the federal government pays to medicare advantage plans. is 2.5 hours. >> an alternative to the original medicare fee-for- service provides health care coverage to medicare beneficiaries through private health plans. offered by organizations under contract with senators from medicare and medicaid services. they offer additional benefits not provided under medicare such as reduced cost-sharing, revision and dental coverage. they generally have a high rate andatisfaction approximately 28% of medicare beneficiaries have chosen to participate in medicare advantage. the affordable care act as noted a july 2012 congressional 716 -- cutce $716 million from medicare. in april of 2010, the medicare projected that these payment cuts would result in an decrease of as much as 50%. required cms to paymentsuality bonus four and ahieved half and five stars and qua
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